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From Santiago Gimenez <santi...@aridosoftware.com>
Subject RE: LENS UI
Date Wed, 04 May 2016 14:13:40 GMT
Hi, I’ve done that and the server doesn’t start. My lens-site.xml file looks like this:

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From: Amruth Sampath [mailto:amruth.s@flipkart.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 4, 2016 03:55
To: user@lens.apache.org
Cc: Santiago Gimenez <santiago@aridosoftware.com>; Amruth Sampath <amruthkesav.s@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: LENS UI

Hi Santiago, In your lens-site.xml add savedquery to 'lens.server.servicenames' and 'lens.server.ws.resourcenames'

and this property


Let us know if you face any problems.


Amruth S

On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 12:14 PM, Ankeet Maini <ankeet.maini@gmail.com<mailto:ankeet.maini@gmail.com>>
+ Amruth

Santiago wants to enable Saved query support in the LENS server. Amruth can you please help
him out?

On Tue, 3 May 2016 at 19:48 Ankeet Maini <ankeet.maini@gmail.com<mailto:ankeet.maini@gmail.com>>
Issue resolved. Node was the problem. The current node maven plugin seems to be a problem.
I'll look into the issue and send a patch over the weekend.
On Tue, 3 May 2016 at 19:08 Santiago Gimenez <santiago@aridosoftware.com<mailto:santiago@aridosoftware.com>>

From: Santiago Gimenez
Sent: Tuesday, May 3, 2016 10:27
To: 'Ankeet Maini' <ankeet.maini@gmail.com<mailto:ankeet.maini@gmail.com>>
Subject: RE: LENS UI

There isn’t NodeJS inside lens-ui folder “node”. I’ve also tried to edit the npm file
to see if there was something and it’s empty and the file size is 0Kb.
From: Ankeet Maini [mailto:ankeet.maini@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 3, 2016 10:14

To: user@lens.apache.org<mailto:user@lens.apache.org>; Santiago Gimenez <santiago@aridosoftware.com<mailto:santiago@aridosoftware.com>>
Subject: Re: LENS UI

I'm not sure why it's happening like that. Maybe npm isn't recognized that might mean that
NodeJS isn't installed properly.

As part of mvn install, the pom file installs a local copy of NodeJS inside lens-ui folder

Will it be possible to install NodeJS on your box and then from the root of lens-ui, do an
"npm install && npm start"?

Also, if possible can you share a screen-shot after doing npm start, be sure to wait a few
seconds as it builds the assets.
On Tue, 3 May 2016 at 18:35 Santiago Gimenez <santiago@aridosoftware.com<mailto:santiago@aridosoftware.com>>
The terminal doesn’t show anything when I do ‘npm start’. The file package.json seems
to be configured correctly.

From: Ankeet Maini [mailto:ankeet.maini@gmail.com<mailto:ankeet.maini@gmail.com>]
Sent: Tuesday, May 3, 2016 09:54

To: user@lens.apache.org<mailto:user@lens.apache.org>; Santiago Gimenez <santiago@aridosoftware.com<mailto:santiago@aridosoftware.com>>
Subject: Re: LENS UI

Hi, so when you do
-> cd $HOME/downloads/lens/lens/lens-ui/node/node-v0.10.32-darwin-x64/bin/
-> npm start

The UI server starts up after building assets, and listens at localhost:8080.

If started correctly, it should print the following message at the terminal window.

Using this as your LENS Server Address:
If this seems wrong, please edit `lensserver` argument in package.json. Do not forget to append

Ad hoc UI server listening at 8082

Can you see the above message? A terminal log would be helpful.
Also it doesn't matter on the locations, as long as your server is up on port 9999, the UI
can communicate with it.

On Tue, 3 May 2016 at 18:14 Santiago Gimenez <santiago@aridosoftware.com<mailto:santiago@aridosoftware.com>>
Yeah, I’ve done that but it doesn’t seems to work. I have the server installed in /usr/local/lens/server
and the lens-ui is in $HOME/downloads/lens/lens/lens-ui. Does that affect in some way?
The server is running, if I go to <baseurl> shows me the server is running.

From: amareshwarisr . [mailto:amareshwari@gmail.com<mailto:amareshwari@gmail.com>]
Sent: Tuesday, May 3, 2016 09:41
To: user@lens.apache.org<mailto:user@lens.apache.org>; Santiago Gimenez <santiago@aridosoftware.com<mailto:santiago@aridosoftware.com>>
Subject: Re: LENS UI


As responded by Ankeet on dev list, can you do npm start and try ?


On Tue, May 3, 2016 at 5:59 PM, Santiago Gimenez <santiago@aridosoftware.com<mailto:santiago@aridosoftware.com>>
Hi, I have Lens running on Ubuntu Server 14.04 and I can’t access the UI. I’ve compiled
the new UI but anyway I can’t access it by entering the server IP address, port:8082.

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